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Rebels vs. Razorbacks Football Game

The rivalry of Ole Miss Rebels vs. Arkansas Razorbacks first met in 1908 and since 1981 they have been playing annually. The overall series score of Arkansas vs. Ole Miss is not agreed upon by both universities and their official records do not match. In 1914, Arkansas contested that Ole Miss used an ineligible player, which Ole Miss denied, therefore the Razorbacks believe they won by forfeit while the Rebels said they won on the field. Per Arkansas, they lead 34-27-1, but per Ole Miss, the score is Arkansas leading 33-28-1.

The Razorbacks-Rebels have had a total of 60 meetings, two of which have taken place in the Sugar Bowl where Ole Miss has won each time. The highly anticipated SEC football rivalry game between Ole Miss and Arkansas alternates each year at the Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville and at the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford for home game advantage.

Arkansas Razorbacks-Ole Miss Rebels’ tickets sell quickly every season, no matter where each of the teams is expected to fall in the SEC standings. Fans may never be louder than during a Rebels vs. Razorbacks’ game, and the impact of the game is incredible on both campuses. No matter where the game is set to take place, TicketCity has you covered with the best Mississippi vs. Arkansas tickets at some of the cheapest prices on the market.

Recent Matchups

Saturday, November 7, 2015 at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (Oxford, MS) Razorbacks 53, Rebels 52 OTThe 2015 game between the Razorbacks and the Rebels was an offense game as both teams scored the same in each of quarter, resulting in an overtime win for Arkansas. Razorback quarterback Brandon Allen was the star of the game against Ole Miss - throwing a career-high of 442 yards and six touchdowns. One of the most amazing OT plays occurred when Hunter Harry completed a pass from Allen but then tossed the ball backward where Arkansas running back Alex Collins picked it up and ran for 31 yards. This put the Razorbacks in the position to score another touchdown and go for a 2-point conversion. Allen solidified the win as he ran into the end zone, ending the game 53-52 against Ole Miss.

Saturday, November 22, 2014 at D.W.R. Razorback Stadium (Fayetteville, AR) Razorbacks 30, Rebels 0The Razorbacks were able to improve their defense against the Rebels: forcing six turnovers and a 30-0 win over Ole Miss. The Rebels started the season with seven straight wins but with the loss against Arkansas, their third straight SEC loss, the result of the game was even tougher for the team. Arkansas starting the game strong with 17 points scored in the first quarter while also preventing Ole Miss from advancing to the end zone throughout the game.

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